ENCHANTED FOREST/WATER SAFARI
Reservations are due for Enchanted Forest/Water Safari Local 334 Day by July 10th. The event will be held in Old Forge on Saturday, July 20th. Members attend free, guests 8+ pay $48.50, children 3-7 pay $29.50 and children 2 and under are free. Admission includes entrance to the park and an all-you-can-eat lunch (11:30-12:30) and dinner (4:00-5:00). It’s always a great time, so get your reservations in today! See the link below for further information and reservations.
CSEA JUDICIARY LOCAL 334 AWARDS SCHOLARSHIPS
(Catrina Leone, Local 334 Scholarship Chair)
CSEA Judiciary Local 334 recently presented Academic scholarships and Financial Assistance Scholarship to graduating high school seniors, children of court employees represented by the Union. The two $1,000 Academic recipients were Bruno Freeman of Bloomingdale, New York, and Madeleine Hearn of Clinton, New York. The $750 Financial Assistance recipients were Stephanie Taskovski and Stephen Taskovski of Liverpool, New York.
Bruno Freeman is a graduate of Saranac Lake High School and is the son of Laura Antonelli, MHLS Principal Attorney. Bruno will be attending California Institute of Technology in the Fall, majoring in Computer Science.
Madeleine Hearn is a graduate of Clinton High School and is the daughter of Colleen Hearn, Principal Court Attorney. Madeleine will be attending Columbia University and Trinity College in the Fall, majoring in English.
Stephanie Taskovski is a graduate of Liverpool High School and is the daughter of Diane and Ljupco Taskovski, Sr. Court Office Assistants. Stephanie will be attending St. John Fisher in the Fall, majoring in Pharmacy.
Stephen Taskovski is a graduate of Liverpool High School and is the son of Diane and Ljupco Taskovski, Sr. Court Office Assistants. Stephen will be attending Clarkson University in the Fall, majoring in Biomedical Engineering.
Other Academic and Financial Assistance Scholarships were awarded to the following students:
Jesse M. Allen is a graduate of Norwood-Norfolk Central School and is the son of Lynne Allen, Secretary to Judge. Jesse will be attending Paul Smith’s College in the Fall, majoring in Fisheries and Wildlife.
MaKenna M. Thisse is a graduate of Lowville Academy & Central School and is the daughter of Lacey Northrup, Court Clerk. MaKenna will be attending SUNY Cobleskill in the Fall, majoring in Animal Science.
Nadia Payan is a graduate of Oppenheim-Ephratah-St. Johnsville, Jr/Sr High School and is the daughter of Clifford Payan, NYS Court Officer Sergeant. Nadia will be attending The College of St. Rose in the Fall, majoring in English.
Mayle Lupia-Eannace is a graduate of Holland Patent Central High School and is the daughter of Paula Eannace, Senior Law Librarian. Mayle will be attending Union College in the Fall, majoring in Biology.
Olivia Boyea is a graduate of Bishop Ludden High School and is the daughter of Kathleen Boyea, Secretary to Judge. Olivia will be attending Catholic University in the Fall, majoring in Biology.
Nicholas Bove II is a graduate of West Genesee High School and is the son of Lori Bove, Sr. Court Office Assistant. Nicholas will be attending LeMoyne College in the Fall, majoring in Education-Mathematics.
Zachary Lawrence is a graduate of Maine-Endwell and is the son of Marie Lawrence, Court Assistant. Zachary will be attending Alfred State College in the Fall, majoring in Cyber Security.
Nicole Jeffrey is a graduate of Norwich High School and is the daughter of Monica Jeffrey, Court Assistant. Nicole will be attending St. Lawrence University in the Fall.
Alexandra Steele is a graduate of Copenhagen Central School and is the daughter of Peggy Steele, Sr. Court Office Assistant. Alexandra will be attending Jefferson Community College in the Fall, majoring in Education-English.
The Lt. Michael Carraway Memorial Scholarship program is named in memory of retired Judiciary Local 334 President Sharon Carraway’s husband, a Utica Police Lieutenant and union activist who died unexpectedly in 1994. Sharon and Michael’s daughter, Natalie Carraway, a Support Magistrate in Herkimer County, is a CSEA Local 334 member and also a part of the Local Scholarship Committee.
CSEA REGION 5 SCHOLARSHIP WINNER – MAYLE LUPIA-EANNACE
Region 5 President Kenny Greenleaf presented Mayle Lupia-Eannace the Region 5 College Scholarship, one of five people chosen from over 100 applicants to win the award. Mayle is the daughter of Paula Eannace, Sr. Law Librarian, Oneida County Law Library, Utica. Congratulations, Mayle!
TENTATIVE ONE-YEAR EXTENSION CONTRACT MEETINGS
We continue tonight with our meeting at Brooks BBQ in Oneonta with our Local Tentative Agreement meetings. Tomorrow evening, Thursday, I will be available prior to the Canton Retirement Dinner meeting to talk with members. Please arrive as early as possible and we will find a location to talk 15 or 20 minutes before the dinner meeting begins. Monday we will be in Endwell, 6:00; Tuesday at Borio’s at 5:45; and Wednesday at Delta Lake Inn at 5:45. We look forward to seeing you there.